L'incidence de la maladie est en augmentation chez la femme. Les causes de la maladie ne sont pas encore connues. Le fait le plus remarquable est la relation entre la TAO et le Tabac. La survie des patients n'est pas en jeu, le pronostic est surtout fonctionnel. The Buerger's disease or thromboangiitis obliterants TAO is a non atheromatous inflammatory disease which alters medium and small-sized arteries and veins.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. In analyzing our observations of patients with Buerger's disease during a recent 4-year period, the following results were obtained. First, Buerger's disease is primarily a disease of the small- and medium-sized vessels of the extremity.

The disease commences peripherally and reaches the infrapopliteal or forearm arteries within a short time after the onset of symptoms.

The majority of the patients have 3- or 4-limb involvement. Although the first ischemic manifestation is variable, a trophic lesion is the chief symptom at the first examination. Second, in contrast to an incessant deterioration of the peripheral circulation, proximal extension is less frequent. The skip lesion plays an important role in proximal progression of the obstructive lesion in the main artery. Third, although direct arterial surgery is infrequently feasible because of the distal occlusive process, successful arterial revascularization is most effective for healing of ulceration.

All efforts should be concentrated on limb salvage. Furthermore, microabscess consisting of giant cells, epithelioid cells, and leukocytes lends the most characteristic appearance to the thrombotic lesion at the early stage. General architecture of the vessel wall is well preserved at the healed stage. Finally, the etiology remains unknown.

In this regard, however, we have a very strong clue in the astoundingly close relationship between the use of tobacco and the occurrence of the disease. If the patient absolutely abandons smoking, the natural history of the disease is uneventful. Todos los esfuerzos deben concentrarse sobre el salvamento de la extremidad. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.

Rent this article via DeepDyve. Lambeth, J. With emphasis on femoropopliteal involvement. Google Scholar. Buerger, L. Shionoya, S. Nature Lond. McKusick, V. Ban, I. In Adaptability of Vascular Wall, Z. Reinis, J. Pokorny, J. Linhart, R. Hild, A. Surgery 75 , Angiology 33 , Surgery 90 , Rosenberger, A. McPherson, J. Clinical and prognostic differences. Doerr, W. Stuttgart, Thieme, Download references. Reprints and Permissions.

What is Buerger's disease?. World J. Download citation. Issue Date : July Search SpringerLink Search. Abstract In analyzing our observations of patients with Buerger's disease during a recent 4-year period, the following results were obtained. References 1. Authors Shigehiko Shionoya M. View author publications. You can also search for this author in PubMed Google Scholar.

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